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that honestly, to get to know these two people. and he then became our secretary of defense. and many of us that have served thought that he was one of the best secretary of defenses we've ever had. he's currently a senior fellow at the hoover institute and a freeman foley institute of international studies. he is the michael and barbara bavarian professor at stanford university and serves as co-director of the nuclear risk reduction initiative and preventive defense project. please help me welcome our speaker this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure it is to be among the men and women of our armed forces and the men and women of the first responders of the san francisco bay area. fleet week for many years in san francisco was a somewhat [inaudible] affair and it has been transformed into this great coming together by the military and the first responders, the great coming together of our uniformed personnel and a great [speaker not understood] of sa
, wannabe cop and they can say mr. zimmerman confronted trayvon martin. the defense hoped to block all those words from being used by the prosecution. we're still waiting for a ruling on what could be the key evidence in this trial. the state's expert analysis of a 911 call made by witness the night that trayvon martin was killed. >> i think they're yelling help but i don't know. >> does he look hurt to you? >> i can't see him. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what's going on. they're sending. >> you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> what is your phone number? >> there's gunshots. >> the state's expert says those screams came from trayvon martin. the defense is raising questions about the expert's methodology and says his testimony should not be admitted at the trial opening. statements begin on monday at 9:00 a.m. the jury will decide whether mr. zimmerman is guilty or not guilty in the shooting death of trayvon martin. joining me now is former prosecutor marsha clark and author of "killer ambition." former criminal prosecutor faith jenkins. thank you for joining me. >> thank yo
bail. >> narrator: habib-ullah shaikh turned to a leading defense attorney, waqar shah, who agreed to represent all of the four accused men. >> waqar shah: i have 20 years experience in criminal trials. i have conducted number of cases which are very much famous in pakistan. a very famous case nowadays which i am contesting nowadays, is the case of mr. zardari, the president of pakistan. >> interviewer: and any other high-profile cases? >> shah: gang rape is an offense which is very heinous crime here in pakistan and the conviction and the sentence is death. so the courts are supposed to take all the cases, likewise, with very care and caution. >> narrator: these are the four accused men-- the shopkeeper, shaban shaikh, and three others, including a father and a son. habib-ullah shaikh was determined to win. on this day, he brought dozens of supporters from his village to the court. >> narrator: when testimony began, all cameras were ordered out of the courtroom. kainat took the stand, and told her story in court. she recounted that she was drugged and raped by four men. she testif
sexual assault in the military, and budget cuts. they were joined by defense department comptroller, robert hale. this is just under two hours. >> good morning. the subcommittee meets this morning. i am pleased to welcome the secretary of defense and our form or colleague, the honorable chuck hagel. chairman of joint chiefs of staff, general dempsey, and the comptroller of the department of defense. we will speak today about budgets and more importantly about people. all of the services secretary said chiefs have appeared before the subcommittee this year and have expressed great concern ratethe sequestration particularly how has the potential to hurt the nation's defense. the cost of fuel, overseas contingency accounts have reduced the department operation bait bentz by $26 billion in this fiscal year. the reason on the best running the subcommittee is reviewing dollarsfset 7.3 billion of the shortfall, but the army would still have a $3.5 billion bill for the war in afghanistan with limited flexibility in paying it. i would like to know the options being considered to fill this ga
it was his? >> no question it was his. the defense didn't even make an issue that it was his. >> but it's what he did next that showed how calculating he could be. kevin left nona's apartment he said with her dead on the floor, then waited through the afternoon until hours later, when he could come back with his mother and friend to find nona's body. >> in my opinion, an intentional attempt to be, to have someone else find her. but him. >> trying to make himself look innocent. if that wasn't telling enough the prosecutor said, then surely this was. kevin jones' police interview, right there the prosecutor told the jury was kevin's capacity for violence, in full view, sitting and listening to this, kevin's father worried about how easy it might be for jurors to convict his son. >> it was just a nightmare. >> yet kevin's parents never wavered in their belief that their son was just as innocent as he told the police he was. they even bet the family farm on it. >> we put it up as collateral. >> and used the money to buy their son the best defense they could, and he needed it. kevin's lawyer
, however. the prosecutors and defense attorneys are working from a pool of 40 candidates. those people made it through a second round of questioning. george zimmerman says he shot and killed trayvon martin last year in sanford, florida, in self-defense. george zimmerman is charged with murder in the second degree. he says he is not guilty. phil is this a long time coming. all women. >> all women and almost all entirely who it. there's one hispanic woman on the panel. six jurors, four alternates. i must say, while the prosecution side and the defense side used some strikes, some successful, some not, they can still use strikes in the future even once the trial is underway for a reason other than race, sex, or religion. key strikes of note today. the state tried five strikes. they were granted three strikes by the judge. however, two of their attemptes strikes were left on the jury, and that is after the defense, george zimmerman's attorney, mark omar remark challenged thto be a better reason other than race, six, -- sex and religion, and te judge was not accepting of the reason. so that was
in additional defense cuts. here to talk about petraeus' remarks is john noggle who is the policy board that advises defense secretary chuck hagel. he is a retired lieutenant colonel who is part of the team that worked for petraeus to shape the counter insurgency strategy that turned the tide of the iraq war. welcome to the program. >> good to be back. >> it was also good to see general petraeus mention your work in his acceptance speech. a critic would say it's no surprise david petraeus -- and i understand that you're not the most unbiased observer because you too were involved in that effort but tell us why he is right and are his remarks going to make a difference in this emerging debate? >> the reason i think general petraeus, dr. petraeus is correct, that counter insurgency isn't going to go away is insurgency isn't going away. we are living in an age in insurgency, supporting an insurgency one in syria, we are conducting counter insurgency operations in support of our partners in the philippines and afghanistan and pakistan. there is every indication that -- >> columbian was ano
, is charged with second degree murder in the killing of trayvon martin. he says he shot the teen ager in self-defense, prosecutors accuse him of unjustly profiling and killing martin. in a statement, martin's family said they expect him to do their duty. opening arguments are scheduled on monday. jean casarsz joins me now. what do we know of these women? >> first of all, anderson, five out of six are mother, two have just come into the area from recent months from living out of state. what's interesting, one juror used to have a concealed weapons permit for a gun, a female did. she doesn't have it anymore, she doesn't carry her gun any more. her husband still has a concealed weapon permit. the juror from chicago has been arrested. so a lot of diversity. a lot of life experiences. we were all surprised when it was a total female jury. >> clearly, they selected these people. so the prosecution and defense seem happy with the jury they got, right? >> they did. the way they did was in order of that individual questioning. that's how they went. here is what's very fascinating. there was an african-america
economies to lower costs and improve quality. from my early days at the children's defense fund working on behalf of special-needs children who were being denied access to education, to bringing a program from israel to arkansas to give parents support and guidance, to hosting the first ever white house conference on early development and learning to working and expanding early head start, this has been a core cause of my life and it will now be a growing priority at the clinton foundation building on the work that we are already doing. [applause] committed to rigorous measurements and evaluation. here in chicago, we will be engaging with the cgi early childhood working group and with leaders and advocates who are here, including sarah tucker and tomorrow, the foundation will launch a major new partnership in collaboration with the scientific advocacy communities, i cannot give you the details today, but our goal is to help parents, teachers, businesses learn from it and apply the latest brain research to take meaningful and manageable steps to improve the lives of their kids in the fir
, sir. (applause) >> and for all of you, tomorrow we're going to have the former secretary defense william perry speak. and the final speaker tomorrow will be the commander of north com, it will be the first time the northern command... >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to day two of the senior leader seminar for san francisco fleet week 2012. we had a great day yesterday and we're going to have an even greater day today. we've got a number of people that i would like to bring up to welcome you all. while this senior leader seminar is going on, there's a number of other activities that are going on at the same time. and a very important activity is some training that's taking place on treasure island. it's training by the san francisco fire department and it's become a huge hit with the marines and the sailors that are able to get this training. with that, i'd like to have our police chief -- fire chief from san francisco, chief hayes white, come forth and talk to you about some of these events and the fire department's role. thank you. >> thank you, thank you very much. thank you,
. he's charged with killing trayvon martin. he said he shot him in self-defense but prosecutors are saying he profiled him. they expect the jury to do their duty and be fair and impartial. our senior political correspondent joins me now. what do we know about the six women. >> first of all, anderson, five out of the six are mothers. two of them just come into the area in recent months from living out of state. one jump ror used to have a concealed weapons permit for a gun, a female did. she doesn't have it anymore because she doesn't carpry her gun anymore. her husband still has a concealed weapons permit. quite a few of the jurors do come from gun families. b 29 has been arrested. a lot of diversity and a lot of life experiences, but we were surprised when it was a total female jury. >> clearly, they selected these people so the prosecution and defense both seem happy with the jury they got, correct? >> they did. and the way they did it was in order of that individual questioning, that's how they went and here is what is very fascinating. there was an african american male who
is that there is a defensiveness to the u.s. state department that my favorite example is secretary kelantan with diplomacy and development video is a great thing she did the first time a secretary of state had done it once every four years looks at the institution to set priorities it was a great first chart that has a long way to go before it is the effective management review. one way you can tell that is secretary clinton opened by saying we set out to figure out how to make ourselves better and the conclusion they came to is, if you only gave us more money and for people we could be better. so the vision of the pentagon from the state department is they get all the many they once in the works of foreign service does is every bit as physical and dangerous but everybody likes of military been no constituency for foreign policy. >> host: why don't the people like the state department? why don't they think much about it? >> guest: only 2 million americans avail themselves of service overseas every year. that is not very many of the country of 310 million. most americans don't know there diplomats. they ar
was acting in self-defense. before the trial kicks off on monday, the judge has to decide whether she is going to allow experts to testify about screams heard during a 911 call the night trayvon martin died. this is turning out to be a crucial part of the case. here is part of the call. listen in the background. >>> do you need police, fire or medical? >> maybe both. i'm not sure. there's just someone screaming outside. i can't see him. i don't know what's going on. >> that tape is coming in but will the expert testimony about the tape come in? phil keating, live in miami. >> if these jurors are allowed to hear expert audio analysis testifying as to who zimmerman or martin is making the screams for help, that could prove decisive in the jury decision to acquit george zimmerman. it could be by 5:00 today or over the weekend or might be very early monday morning right before opening statements. inside the courtroom today, the very final pre-trial hearing in this case. just attorneys, the media and the judge who weighed in on what inflammatory language prosecutors will be able to use in
-aircraft defense if you start a no-fly zone there. and yet this president without the support of congress, just like he did not have when he went into libya, and we know how that's turned out. at least four people are dead that would not be otherwise. but giving money to syria, really? $1 billion. what i was reading today, how about taking that $1 billion that's going to cause all kinds of death and that will probably in some way someday end up causing the deaths of americans nd israelis, allies of ours, jewish friends, they're going to kill people who mr. never intended because it's not well enough thought out of this administration rushing into syria. well, we didn't rush in, that's for sure. perhaps if the president decided early on to go in, then it wouldn't have been so massive an al qaeda movement within the rebels. but we know they're there. this is not the thing to do. to get involved in a country where the united states' national interest will not be served if assad stays in power, and they will not be served if the rebel -- the al qaeda rebels take over. so why are we spending $1 bill
defense. he came really close on a few other occasions like the line in german town, but he was essentially a guerrilla war leader while maintaining the dignity of a career officer. he was a very highly regarded officer in the british army prior to revolutionary war, and in the case of benjamin franklin, he was a renowned scientist, writer, printer, and a personality, but he was one of the greatest diplomats in the history of the world, and his achievement in assisting persuading the british to evict the french from canada, making the revolution possible, and then only less than 20 years later, recruiting the french who -- where no parliament or anything like a parliament had met for 170 years, an absolute monarchy to come into a war in favor of republicanism and secessionism and democracy was an astounding achievement without the french. it would have been difficult. the americanings would have won eventually, but they might not have won the independence of all 13 # colonies and would have taken longer. yorktown was mainly a french battle. >> host: well, conrad black, early
. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty and claims he shot trayvon martin in self-defense. today the court resumed a hearing about a key issue in the case -- who is screaming on the 911 call made by a neighbor the night trayvon martin was killed. >> i think they're yelling help, but i don't know. just send someone quick, please. >> okay. does he look hurt to you? >> i can't see him. i don't want to go out there. i don't know what is going on. they're sending. >> do you think he is yelling help? >> yes. >> what is your phone number -- >> there is gunshots. >> the defense is trying to keep the jury from hearing the testimony of the state's voice expert who wrote this in his report, quote, the other male speaker was identified tentatively as trayvon martin from the audio track of a digital video file present on mr. martin's cell phone. his voice is younger and generates much of what some observers have called screams. today judge nelson heard testimony from an expert for the defense who talked about the technology used in that voice analysis. the judge hasn't ruled on this yet. it's a key question. w
to say? ♪ >>> one of the truly bizarre things about this market is that the defense contractors have been roaring higher. even though everybody is constantly talking about how the sequester has taken a big bite out of the government's defense budget. however, there's one company that hasn't participated in this move. it's a dud. and that's harris corporation. or hrs. the stock is flat for the year, while the rest of the industry has been beating the market. the defense stocks have been the hottest all year. you think that harris is one defense stock that's traded rationally, but you would be wrong. the truth is almost the exact some it is. we have talked about this before. nobody want a military cuts in the sequester to happen. the pentagon has been making the decisions about what to cut and as soon as the congress and president can pass a budget to trump this sequester for certain. it holds back because it doesn't have enough defense exposure on or the more accurate, it's not a pure play defense contractor. they make tactical radio systems for the military to secure telecom, and for ship
rice is said the state has pentagon envy. >> guest: what she meant is there is a defensiveness to the culture of the u.s. state department and my favorite example is secretary clintons and development to bit -- a video the first and the secretary of state had done it. once every four years look to set priorities. it was a good first term but it has a long meese to go and fill one way to tell that is secretary clinton opened dip by saying we set out to figure how to make ourselves better and the conclusion is if you only gave us more money and more people we could be better. so the addition of the pentagon from the state department is they get all the money they want to work the foreign service does is every bit as difficult or dangerous but everybody likes the military and no room for foreign policy. >> why don't people think about the state department? >> only 2 million americans avail themselves overseas every year. not the high number so the first thing is most don't know there diplomats. they're mostly posted overseas, the foreign service institute is in washington, in spok
an effort to take the temperature of public defense across the country and i visited a lot of public defenders offices, watched a lot of trials and discovered that there was a crisis in the court's that probably all of you are well aware of and really tried to dig in and find out what was going on and where all these problems were arising that we didn't have equal justice 50 years after gideon. what i would like to do is read a little section of the book first and talk for a few minutes and read a brief section. so, the section i'm going to read is in the conclusion because it's about public defenders in a conference i went to with public defenders since i thought there were probably quite a few of you in the audience, you might find it musing. i don't know. the national defenders association opened the conference in washington dc in 2011 addressed the crowd of 300 public defenders with a room with space for many more. does society demonize you? of course. do they suggest you are working for the wrong people? of course they do do they suggest you are work for thugs? of course the
funding and attention went to security. yet american diplomats are the first line of defense for our protection of our country, the people who give visas to foreigners who might come to the united states. and the people who do that are our youngest foreign service officers. it's required first tour to be posted summer. the workload is enormous and the dow get lots of attention. yet they do it fantastically. why doesn't the state department celebrate those and diplomats? because my mom would be thrilled. that would make her like the foreign service. but seeing it undersecretary sweeping out of the copenhagen negotiation does not do much for my mom. >> host: for those who have traveled overseas and actually tried to visit one of our embassies, it's nearly impossible. it's a fortress. >> guest: this is excellent at the state department's fault. the congress, out of concern about protecting american diplomats and in particularly after the bombings of the american embassies in nairobi during the clinton administration congress started legislating much better protection. but it has the dys
shooting case as it is about to go to trial. a military judge banning the suspect's defense. our legal panel convenes right after this. hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! ♪ now you can give yourself a kick in the rear! v8 v-fusion plus energy. natural energy from green tea plus fruits and veggies. need a little kick? ooh! could've had a v8. in the juice aisle. hodoes your dog food have?s need a little kick? ooh! 30? 20? new purina one beyond has 9. the simplified purina one beyond. learn more about these wholesome ingredients at purinaone.com the physical damage was pretty bad. the emotional toll was even worse. our daughter had nightmares. what that robber really took from us was our peace of mind. with adt, we got it back. [ male announcer ] every 14.6 seconds, a burglary takes place in the united states. so rely on the fast alarm response of adt. a single adt syst
to be prepared. we try to educate them in respect that we say we'll provide the offense, you provide the defense. we talk to them about hardening their structures in a defensive measure against wild land fires. a lot of it is public education, survivability, building standards, but predominately our focus is putting the onus on the land owner, putting the onus on the private property owner, we will attempt to protect your home but the days of staying and defending your home and killing our fire fighters are done. we will not stand and defend a house that has not been prepared by a land owner and die for it. we don't do that any more. that's one of our doctrinal changes and we set forth some new guidelines with that. >> thank you. >> question, mr. secretary. >> in a large scale disaster relief, where the military is called in to assist the civilian components there is an obvious issue of how you get the command and control and in particular what telecommunications is used to support that command and control. your exercising together is very critical, i think, to working out command and cont
damage that's being done to the defense department. had breakfast this morning with a very senior guy within the intelligence community. i'm alarmed what's happening in the intelligence community, but this is a broad debate we are having and is part of what we're doing today is to try to stimulate a debate. but were also taking a special focus on the role of reserve components. the guard and reserves. this as everyone knows is a long-standing source of both strength but tension in the department. i grew up in a little town, everyday walk past the guard armory to go to school. i grew up having t declared. it was a presence in my life when i was a kid. we had to close the guard unit and out of but have to drive 30 miles to get to the guard unit. we lost ours, but we had our own guard unit and it was part of the cultural fabric in my hometown. and i remember back when we went to war in iraq come back in 1991, you know, the president since the defense department to war in august. but america didn't go to war until anywhere, and that was when all of the guard units around the country were
deterrence. >> this is bargaining over missile defense. this is a reference to missile defense -- and the president has continued to support missile defense but is not a big fan of it. at the same time, the u.s. congress loves missile defense, so he is in between there. my own view is a lot of what he talked about with the nuclear agenda -- at the banning of these materials that required treaties, we will not see this in the u.s. senate. what russia and the united states can do following the example, is w. bush come to an informal agreement or both sides agree not to do things. and it does not come to a treaty -- which would have a senate vote. >> we have had republicans say -- we are in the process -- of having to reduce conventional weapons. why reduce our nuclear weapons as well? >> these were created for a situation that no longer exists. the soviet union is gone. both sides had 20,000 nuclear weapons of peace, they still have 90% of all the nuclear weapons in the world. most analysts go from 1500 down affect -- this will not the united states but it will -- do something po
missile defense. this is a reference to missile defense -- and the president has continued to support missile defense but is not a big fan of it. at the same time, the u.s. congress loves missile defense, so he is in between there. my own view is a lot of what he talked about with the nuclear agenda -- at the banning of these materials that required treaties, we will not see this in the u.s. senate. what russia and the united states can do following the example, is w. bush come to an informal agreement or both sides agree not to do things. and it does not come to a treaty -- which would have a senate vote. >> we have had republicans say -- we are in the process -- of having to reduce conventional weapons. why reduce our nuclear weapons as well? >> these were created for a situation that no longer exists. the soviet union is gone. both sides had 20,000 nuclear weapons of peace, they still have 90% of all the nuclear weapons in the world. most analysts go from 1500 down affect -- this will not the united states but it will -- do something positive. the rest of the world as part of that
locked up a key member of their defense. and lawmakers decided to roll their way through lunch with a sushi competition, how it highlights a multi billion dollar contributor to california's economy. >>> lawmakers put their sushi making skills to the test in sacramento. the capital roller competition is a celebration of the rice industry that contributes $2 billion a year to the economy. she made the best sushi roll. >>> mark is here now with sports. giants took care of business today. >> you could almost see this coming, last night, one of the padres hit a home run. and if you saw the game yesterday, you know what i am talking about. he comes to the plate today. madison bumgarner says hello. pitch behind him. the two exchange words. and he is like come on, let's go. let's go. benches empty. no punches thrown that i could see anyway. they settled things things down. that is revenge. deep he goes. doing his talking with his bat. that home run had the padres up 2-1 in the 7th. bottom of the 7th. two on. blanco, showing up in the highlights just about every day since pagan came dow
suspects at guantanamo bay. dianne feinstein has written a letter to defense secretary chuck hagel asking him to stop the practices. she says they violate u.s. and international standards and medical ethics. she visited gitmo 11 days ago and says 40% of detainees are being force fed. four were in the hospital for problems related to the feeding or hunger strike, she says. 104 of the 166 prisoners are on a hunger strike. >>> so the tea party wants to get rid of the tax man. they protested in washington wednesday blasting the internal revenue service for targeting conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny. minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann rallied that crowd. >> it's time to abolish the irs, take up something where every single american has to pay something to support this magnificent country. >> and now to a new wildfire that's burning in colorado. this time the foothills south of denver. the lime gulch fire in pike national forest is forcing dozens to leave the town. officials say no homes are currently in danger. lightning is being blamed for starting the flames that so far have
we're following this hour. >>> u.s. defense leaders say they will reduce their reliance on nuclear arms as president obama repeats his call for a world free of those weapons. >>> the only two nuclear reactors online in japan are expected to pass new safety guidelines and keep churning out energy. >>> women in congo hope they'll be better protected now that thousands of u.n. peace keepers have a mandate to use force against rebel forces. >>> u.s. president barack obama is changing the rules that govern how his country handles the most destructive weapons. the defense department has revised its guidelines on nuclear arms for the first time in 11 years. military commanders will reinforce conventional weaponry and reduce their reliance on nuclear weapons. president obama has said again and again his goal is to make the world free of nuclear weapons. he spoke in germany about his plans going forward. >> after a comprehensive review, i've determined we can ensure the security of america and our allies, and maintain a strong and credible strategic deterrent while reducing our deployed str
of trayvon martin. mr. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty and claims he shot trayvon martin in self-defense. for today's questioning, the courtroom has been dramatically rearranged. the deference and prosecution tables now face the jury box. this puts george zimmerman very close to where trayvon martin's parents are sitting. we also saw george zimmerman's family seated in the gallery for the first time watching the prosecutor grill jurors on many topics. >> what i want to know now is in the front row if anybody's ever been arrested. do you feel you were treating fairly? anyone feel people have the right to take the law into their own hands? anybody live in negated community? because of the way a person is dressed, that should matter? everyone believe in the second amendment? who here has a firearm? >> have you ever been arrested? how do you feel about a neighborhood watch? do you own a gun? these are the kinds of questions that will determine who ultimately serves on this jury. joining me now is former criminal prosecutor faye jenkins and former u.s. attorney ken coffey. thank you both for
posed to george by defense attorney which led the judge to interrupt. take a listen. >> i want to make sure that in theory that a law that exists in this state -- >> i'm going to interject again to the word theory. ladies and gentlemen, if you are selected to sit as a jury on this case, you will be instructed as to the law that applies to this case. >> also expected today, the hearing into whether prosecution analysis of a 911 call where screams for help can be heard will pick up once again. judge nelson has to decide whether that testimony will be admissible in the trial. george zimmerman has been charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of trayvon martin last year. he pled not guilty claiming self-defense and trayvon martin was unarmed. ron mott is in sanford. let's go to this whole issue of the judge taking on george zimmerman's attorney when he alluded to taking on this law in theory. >> stand your ground is a law in florida, but if the defense wants to invoke it they have to invoke it in court and the judge isn't the person who's going to decide whether that law is
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. current criminal defense attorney, legal analyst and "studio b" contributor. aaron hernias deshas problem -- aaron hernandez has problems. >> that's an understatement. we know his phone is broken and turned over. in pieces. his home surveillance system has been tampered with and things have been re- raced or attempted to be erased. it's very difficult to really delete those hard drives so my guess is the fbi, who will be involved in this, will be able to uncover all that. then the cleaning crew coming in -- >> all of a sudden on murder -- >> it's like raising raising a flag. no evidence he broke his phone and surveillance camera, but his attorneys issued a statement saying there's a warrant going -- being executed. there's an investigation by the d.a.'s office. we're not going to talk about anything. my guess is this is one of the few times when the defense attorneys probably know more than the investigators if they have a client who is smart, and the way you tell a doctor, where your pain is when you're sick, i'm -- a defendant would tell his attorney what happened so they can guide him
. and my first guest tonight says general alexander provided the first true meaningful defense on the agency and joining as now is former federal prosecutor leading the prosecution of the 1993 world trade center bombers also authors of the grant g. hyde and spring fever. and to make a compelling case even in the hearing rooms that committee was growing up a little. we did not hear the congressman giving that valuable advice but it seemed a little much your. >> you have an adult who was an incomplete ommand of the facts to make the most compelling defense but i don't think it is enough because i don't think it is like a bully pulpit today general alexander is not the president and they do need the defense of the oval office and specifically obama. lou: the president's defense of his administration and ageecy rose to use this level. he thought it was pretty transparent. what does he need to say tt be effective. >> anything is transparent because after five years with the opacity of this administration transparent is more of a joke than @%ything that would be effective with disco
on the one hand there are the secretary of defense and all the other people who want these things done, people outside of them who know about these things. but i or you or american citizen can't just go knock on the fisa court door and say hey, let's see these orders, because the court is secret and where they are is secret. >> now maria, they love their surveillance, i'm talking about the ring wing and the republicans. they loved it under bush/cheney. but now it's a crisis. how can anyone buy this argument? >> well, i think that jonathan said is right. we basically inherited the pate troc act, but we also inherited a new america when september 11th happened. and what the president is doing is recognizing that we do need to create a system of checks and balances, and it's not going to be pretty. but what it does do is it opens up this important conversation for every american to be having this conversation with their government and also with their kids and their family of how much data are we sharing, not only with the government, but every time you post something on facebook, that bec
missile defenses and putin can just wait and see. >> we've already done some of that. when you see the shot of the two of them sitting together and it is frosty looking and the body language said it all, you have to wonder. just before they went to this meeting, it came out that we spied on medvedev in his role as president. and there was a question about whether that may have affected the relationship between the two men and you could k. sort of see the thought bubbles coming out of their heads. from putin, you spied. and from obama, you stole. would it ever get off on the right foot. but the president as you mentioned trying to defend our push for syria. and his defense appears to be you can't understand it unless you've been in the situation room. well, that won't help with will putin at all. but is it going to help with the american people is this la? last i checked, we don't get to go this there. >> jay-z and beyonce get to, but most of us do not get to go into the situation room. the president at a moment when his government is at a low ebb and lowering ebb of confidence with
they know that that was trayvon martin's voice. the defense can call witnesses including even george zimmerman himself to say whether or not he believes that was george zimmerman making the screams as well. >> on the heels of that george zimmerman's attorney has reacted. what's he saying? >> reporter: it's obviously a happy decision. he said he's very happy with the decision. judge nelson's ruling was spot on. it keeps junk science away from the jury. when i spoke to him last week he was okay with the judge going either way if he thought the experts would clarify the jury as opposed to confusing they will. the judge agreed with that positioning. the experts will not be allowed to testify but the tape will be heard and the jury will decide what they think they are hearing in those screams. >> ron, i know you're heading out to speak to him in person and when you get that stuff we'll have you back on at 2:00. later on you'll hear fromm natalie jackson. that's in our next hour pm. >>> edward snowden has been charged with two counts of espionage and theft. what are the details so far? >>
.s. missile defenses. tonight we will be covering the disappointing performances of both president obama and chairman bernanke on opposite sides of the atlantic. we will also be talking with a former director of national -ntelligence, ambassador john negroponte talking about the prospects of american involvement in the syrian civil war and no world of seccets that now have become all too transparent for the intelligence community. the chairman of the judiciary subcommittee on immigration and border security joins us. congressman trade goudy. we take a look at some troubling numbers in the congressional budget office analysis of the gang of eight immigration bill. and congressman goudies success in moving his safe act to the house floor. former pentagon official katie mcfarland and brigadier-general david grains joins us to take up chinese reaction to nsa leaker edward snowdon's claims what american involvement in this serious civil war might lead to in the tense standoff between president obama and that russian president. venturing into the sometimes disturbing story of what is happening
: former defense department official filled out a standard government form for his top secret clearance. the investigator spent hours asking the most basic questions. >> is your wife really julie? did you really go to school? did you really live at this address? they read the form to me and i simply said it was true. >> reporter: with the personal information online a computer could do the same background check for $100. >> instead we're spending $4,000 to have people conduct investigations that aren't revealing anything. >> i want to bring in chris lawrence. tell us more about the vetting procedure. who is in charge of this? >> reporter: it's an office called the office of personnel managemen management, a central agency. they farm the job out to contractors like a lot of work done. this company was the one that handled edward snowden's background check. in about 70% of the people who do this work are contractors. now opm says they don't have the resources to do the oversight that program this important requires but it's more matter of how they are managing money and the fact they are
're basically saying that it was not george zimmerman in self-defense of his life. >> this is a key piece, isn't it? >> very important. and, you know, to explain this a little better, i want to go to martin on the phone, he's a cnn legal analyst. explain to us, if you could, why this is important for the defense as opposed to the prosecution. >> well, this is a devastating blow to the prosecution's case. it's already been a challenging case for them, and the cornerstone of their case was that the voice that was heard on the 911 tape was, in fact, trayvon martin. because it would have suggested that he was the one being victimized and that george zimmerman was the aggressor. well, all other witnesses have indicated that the voices are unintelligible and there's no scientific standard which permits them in. and the state attempted to put in a couple of witnesses, a witness, who would indicate that he could determine singularly from everybody else in the world that it was, in fact, trayvon martin who was saying or screaming help me, help me. well, the defense put on a stream of witnesses which in
selection back to the screens for help heard back in the background of the 911 call made. defense will call a voice recognition expert who is expected to testify that analysis of the tape by two experts, two state experts should not be trusted. the state experts say the voice calling for help in not zimmerman, zimmerman has pleaded not guilty in the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin last year. he claims self-defense. martin was unarmed. nbc's ron mott joins us from sanford. at the beginning before jury selection, ron there was a great focus on this tape. and whose voice and those were witnesses from the prosecution at the time. now this has shifted to the defense. >> right. hey there, tamryn. the defense has one more person that they would like to call. they were hoping to try to get this hearing done this frye hearing done before jury selection. the judge was pretty adamant we get started with jury selection a week ago today. at 4:00 p.m. eastern we're expecting the third witness for the defense to take the stand. we're told this could last four to five hours so it could be a lo
for themselves. the mother of one suspect calls the allegations lies. a defense attorney calls it ludicrous. want to bring in cnn's legal analyst paul callhan and defense attorney midwin charles. i don't even know where to begin here. i feel like we just started getting our heads around a house of horrors with three young women who had been kept as captives for ten years and then comes this. let me start with this. paul, the first set of charges that you see as a potential that these three could face? >> well, what's unusual about it, i'm starting to wonder about ohio, ashleigh. oh, my word. another ohio city with forced labor and slavery charges floating around. by the way, the forced labor charge here is a very unusual charge. you don't usually see that in criminal law. usually it involves sex trafficking when you're bringing young women into the country for prosetycusion purposes. it's an unusual charge with high exposure, 5 to 15 years tends to be the range of sentences i've seen in prior cases where it's been charged. >> mid wynwin, there's a child involved as well. what does that do in trum
watch volunteer who claims he shot the unarmed black teenager in self defense. phil? >> no blacks on the jury either and the partners of martin said they put the faith in the justice system and it is color mrind. the judge deborah nelson dismissed the zimmerman jurorors for a much- needed three day weekend. here is a short background on the six. hispanic female and a nurse. white female middle aged and she would keep a open mind. and a white female whose hobby is rescuing pets. another white female unmarried and no kids. and one married and used this case to warn your young kids about how an appearance can lead to trouble. and the zimmerman claimed his life was in danger that night in february of last year. >> waiting 15 or 16 months to clear his name and now he gets to start. tomorrow, an enormous ruling by judge nelson if she will announce expert audio testimony will be allowed as to who zimmerman or martin was screaming for help in the infamous nine len call. >> a nfl star left the bar with three friends and came home with two. hours later the other friend turned up dead with a
not guilty and claims he shot trayvon martin in self-defense. here is the jury. all six of the jurors are women. the prosecution described five of the jurors as white. the sixth juror was described as hispanic or black. late today these jurors were sworn in by the judge. >> if you'll stand up and raise your right hands to be sworn. >> raise your right hand, please. do you solemnly swear or affirm that you will well and truly try this issue between the state of florida and the defense according to the laws and rend area true verdict, so help god? >> i do. >> thank you. >> you now have been sworn to be the jury in this case. >> one year, three months, and 25 days after the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin, a jury will now be asked to determine what happened on that rainy night. opening statements will begin monday morning at 9:00 a.m. in the case of the state of florida versus george zimmerman. joining me now criminal defense attorney, paul henderson and lisa bloom. thank you all for joining me. >> >> thanks for having us. >> what's your reaction? >> this is one of the most
of defense. there is a lot of intel being collected. is it getting in our way? why does dod and nsa have to have it? and why is it so secret? we are just throwing money at it. you might go off and read the budget. it is so difficult. no one wants to explain it to you. host: we are talking about the nsa surveillance programs. this is the headline from "the washington post." hi, bret. caller: i have a twofold question. i'm very upset about the way the conservatives are characterized when it comes to immigration reform. almost every conservative has no problem with legal immigration. we resent our tax dollars going to welfare programs that came here illegally. that is the contingent. no problems whatsoever for someone that wants to, or legally. when you come here illegally, you have committed a crime. explain what would happen if i went to mexico. what would happen to me if i expected the same benefits? guest: thank you for calling in. that is a valid question. i understand the american laws pretty well. i try to understand what i'm voting on. because of my constituents and how we handle th
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